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Duke And Duchess Experience Abaco

The Duke And Duchess of Cambridge traveling to Abaco, one of the islands hardest hit by Hurricane Dorian, where they got a first-hand look of the damage two years since the storm.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The Duke And Duchess of Cambridge traveling to Abaco, one of the islands hardest hit by Hurricane Dorian, where they got a first-hand look of the damage two years since the storm.

Berthony Mcdermott who was in Abaco reports tonight that William and Kate also got to have a little fun.

 



The Royals starting the second full day of their Bahamian visit in storm-stricken Abaco.

The first stop – The Day Star Bible Church in Dundas Town Abaco – to see Hurricane Dorian recovery up close.

Local Pastor Bishop Silbert Mills giving a sobering picture of the damage.

Mills says the moment allowed him to show the royals that nothing escaped Dorian.

Friendship Tabernacle Church occupied the property for 65 years before moving. It has significant historical value, a gift from King George the sixth. It was also a time to sit with members of the community.

Next, a short drive to Memorial Gardens, for a ceremony and wreath-laying. The visit was not short of fanfare from Abaconians and visitors.

It was then time to sample some local cuisine.

The Duchess trying her hand at dicing the conch for the royal salad. Prince William also taking a liking to freshly prepared sky juice, and of course there were lots of handshaking and warm greetings.

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